This Day Trip To The Longest Cave In Florida Is Full Of Adventure

Looking for an extreme adventure that will really get your blood pumping? What about one that will take you underneath the earth for an adventure that not many people in Florida get to have? While Florida may have quite a few caves worth checking out, this particular adventure is one to consider. Not only is this cave one of the longest underwater cave systems in Florida, but also is one of the longest in the country!

Disclaimer: Despite being a public area, it is highly encouraged that explorers are not venturing out on their own without experience or professional guides. This cave is dangerous and requires the appropriate equipment and gear. Do not forget to talk to rangers at the park and advise them of when you are returning.

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To learn more information about Peacock Springs State Park cave diving, visit the website. Also, if you’re looking for more beginner-friendly cave dives in Florida, check out Devil’s Den in Williston.